Find Hope in Treatment and Recovery
Addiction is a treatable chronic disease. If you or a loved one is suffering from the disease of addiction, know that there are a number of resources available to you that will offer support. There is hope for recovery.
Addiction Resource Center
An initiative of the Addiction Policy Forum, the Addiction Resource Center is a comprehensive, interactive portal to support individuals and families struggling with addiction in learning about substance use disorders and accessing help.
Recovery Reinvented 2018 featured the first ever Empowerment Expo, which provided attendees an opportunity to connect with and learn from over 30 different organizations and resources from across the state committed to enabling and empowering treatment and recovery. Connect with these resources to learn more:
- North Dakota Dental Association
- Fargo Cass Public Health
- LevelUp Fargo
- Matto Foundation
- Jail Chaplains
- Redemption Road Ministries
- Solutions Behavioral Healthcare Professionals
- FM Coalitions for Homeless Persons
- Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch
- Boys & Girls Club of the Red River Valley
- First Step Recovery
- Face It Together
- Prairie St. John’s
- American Addiction Centers
- North Dakota Addiction Policy Forum Chapter
- North Dakota Behavioral Health Division
- North Dakota Suicide Prevention Program
- North Dakota Teen & Adult Challenge
- UND Lotus Center
- Project Turnabout
- F5 Project
- Parents Lead
- Family HealthCare
- Gladys Ray Shelter & Veteran’s Drop-In Center
- Lighthouse Church
- Lost and Found Recovery Center
Become a Recovery Community Organization
RCOs are dedicated recovery advocates working to change perceptions, policies and laws to improve the lives of those in the recovery community. All local, regional and state organizations that are led and governed by the addiction recovery community (people in recovery and their families, friends and allies) are welcome to join.
Become a Peer Support Specialist
Peer Support Specialists are individuals with similar first-hand, lived experience and demographic identifiers as the individuals they are serving. Peer Support Specialists use their experience to support others in their recovery, serve as a pro-social model, provide information, guidance and advice, establish good rapport, and offer insight to the participant’s care team.
Training may be available through the ND Department of Human Services to counsel peers in recovery.
Find more ways to get involved.